One of the most beloved teas both for its refreshing taste and for its set of beneficial properties. Mint tea, especially the one made with fresh leaves, contains vitamins A, B and C. The infusion also has phosphorus, iron, calcium and potassium in its composition. It is for these ingredients that the refreshing tea helps to stimulate the digestive system, fighting heartburn and poor digestion, for example. To improve, the mint leaf is also indicated as an antiseptic and natural anesthetic.
Extracted from Camellia sinensis , green tea is the darling for weight loss, after all, it is rich in antioxidants, which stimulate metabolism and digestion. It is indicated for reducing bad cholesterol (LDL) levels and improving mood. The tea contains traces of theophylline, which help to improve breathing for people who suffer from asthma attacks. It can still be excellent in preventing bone density and kidney stones, as it has calcium in its formula.
Known for its calming effect, chamomile tea has several health-beneficial properties. Among them, its effect of calming the nerves, which comes from the substance apigenin, also anxiolytic and sedative, stands out. It also has salicylic acid, fatty acids, mucilages and choline in the composition. Chamomile tea is rich in vitamin C, making the drink a great source of antioxidants such as tannins, flavonoids and phenolic compounds.
Like green tea, its black brother also comes from camelia sinensis . The more oxidized and acidic version is rich in B-complex vitamins (B1, B2 and B6) and C. In its composition you can find polyphenols and beta-carotene, which are essential for the healthy development of our body. This tea also helps in the formation of bone, muscle and nerves in the human body.